Our whole life, we are always about finding out our purpose. Reasons of why things happen or the way they are. And acceptance/love. However, In my theory(hinduism) these are only means to attaining freedom.(becoming fearless b/c that is what stops us) I know that the more choice(control over ourself) we have, the more we realize our existence.(which obviously will increase the less we will fear; the more open our mind is...like an unbrainwashed kid, he has no beliefs, no theories, so no bounds in his head.) And the more we sense our presence(for instance, we seek attention so that we actually feel we exist because people recognize our innerself), the happier we become. That is how I came up with the definition of happyness...awareness of our existence. At which point, all are cravings end because they are a result of unsatisfaction, strived from a goal to satisfaction.(In buddhism, there is a theory, "art of empty mind" in which you only observe, don't think.... so you become purely unselfish and full of compassion since there is nothing to prove, hence, you loose ego(ego: any percentage of confidence on existence of a theory or more) That is how they gain psychic powers, fearlessness, truth, etc. b/c they simply see the truth instead of trying to understand it. Now these are just theories I have came up with.... you can tell me a conter argument if you don't agree and if you don't care, then just tell me.... Why do we want to be happy? It seems kinda meaningless to me. Btw, I now also understand that actually, accepting and denying, both are evil. B/c by accepting, you are denying other theories, and by denying, you are accepting your own theory. The only the nonevil is to not make up the mind but "cease the moment." But then again, the question still hants me, why not become evil?